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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Sac spiders................. also known as crabs?


    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Saw a 2 foot tall wolf spider in my basement when we first moved in. Preferred Pest Control has been coming since. I haven't seen a crawling bug in my house in 7 years. Also, I think the Preferred Pest guy is an ISU alum. Might be wrong on that.



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Quote Originally Posted by kberyldial View Post
    Saw a 2 foot tall wolf spider in my basement when we first moved in. Preferred Pest Control has been coming since. I haven't seen a crawling bug in my house in 7 years. Also, I think the Preferred Pest guy is an ISU alum. Might be wrong on that.
    Two feet tall? I believe I would have pooped my pants and then immediately found another domicile.


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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    A dead one.


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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Quote Originally Posted by kberyldial View Post
    Saw a 2 foot tall wolf spider in my basement when we first moved in. Preferred Pest Control has been coming since. I haven't seen a crawling bug in my house in 7 years. Also, I think the Preferred Pest guy is an ISU alum. Might be wrong on that.

    Typo?



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Quote Originally Posted by dtISU View Post
    Two feet tall? I believe I would have pooped my pants and then immediately found another domicile.
    It was probably a Galapagos Tortoise, they're frequently mistaken for each other.


    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Quote Originally Posted by kberyldial View Post
    Saw a 2 foot tall wolf spider in my basement when we first moved in. Preferred Pest Control has been coming since. I haven't seen a crawling bug in my house in 7 years. Also, I think the Preferred Pest guy is an ISU alum. Might be wrong on that.

    Did it look like this?



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Quote Originally Posted by Agclone91 View Post
    Typo?
    Hyperbole is probably a better guess.

    Almost definitely a yellow sac spider. The brown recluse has that defined image on it's back. Why it's also called the fiddle back spider. That is definitely not on the OPs spider.



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Me opening this thread is like me tasting something after my wife goes, "Try this, does this taste bad to you?" I'll be stomping on random pieces of fuzz for the next month.



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    Pretty sure that's a South American Kill You While You Sleep Flyer... I should know look at my name.



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    Re: What kind of Spider is this

    The worst kind (don't worry, they are all tied for that title).



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